considering about 80% of this board have that guy on iggy, maybe you now you can figure it out. Just to add, anyone who considers a 2 buck pullback on a hundred and twenty dollar stock a "blowoff", especially on very low volume, you are close to getting the iggy yourself
He only gets 3 grand a year. I think he is set for the next 30 years!
enbrier debuts "Tank Car of the Future"
Written by Carolina Worrell, Managing Editor
Greenbrier debuts "Tank Car of the Future" Carolina Worrell
Members of the rail industry, the media, and the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) gathered at the GBW Railcar Services (a joint venture of The Greenbrier Companies and Watco Companies) tank and general repair facility in Hockley, Tex., on April 16, 2015, for the debut of Greenbrier’s “Tank Car of the Future.”
Deemed by Greenbrier to be six to eight times safer than the DOT-111 tank car (which has been on NTSB’s most-wanted list since 1995), the Tank Car of the Future, which was displayed at GBW’s “Safer Tank Cars Now” event, features a 9/16-inch steel tank shell vs. a 7/16-inch steel tank shell. The thicker shell decreases the threat of puncture and product release in the event of derailment, Greenbrier said. Other features include a minimum 11-gauge steel jacket, ceramic insulation, high-flow pressure relief valve, full-height half-inch-thick head shields on both ends of the car, and a detachable bottom outlet valve handle.
NTSB issued safety recommendations for tank cars transporting crude oil on April 3, 2015 in an effort to hasten issuance of a rulemaking on a new DOT-117 car. The recommendations are derived from NTSB’s examination of damaged tank cars following the February 16, 2015 derailment of a CSX Transportation crude oil unit train in Mount Carbon, W.Va., as well as a review of data collected from accidents that occurred in Gogama, Ontario, on February 14, 2015; Galena Ill., on March 5, 2015; and again at Gogama, on March 7, 2015.
“When we’re using the same cars to move corn oil that we’re using to move crude oil, that is not OK,” said NTSB Chairman Christopher A. Hart. “Five events this year means that ten years is too long to wait [for something to be done]. We need a quick response from regul
I think he is from the hills of West Virginia where the internet is so slow he thinks that today QCOR is trading at $27.85, down $1.23 from yesterday October 17th 2012.
If you get this upset over 3c a share, it is obvious you should head down to your local savings bank and open an account and get out of the market! LOL